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Labour MP Tom Watson did the 'dab' dance in Parliament

Labour deputy leader Tom Watson performed the "dab" dance at PMQs after Jeremy Corbyn gave a speech about the NHS.The hilarious video shows Mr Watson dropping his head and moving his arms, just as the camera pans away from Mr Corbyn. "Dabbing"...Show More Summary

New Tom Hanks movie The Circle imagines world where Apple is evil

Ever wonder what would happen to the world if Tim Cook decided to go evil and use everyone’s iPhone data for nefarious purposes? That’s basically the plot of Tom Hanks’ new movie that also stars Emma Watson and John Boyega. Based off the novel by Dave Eggers, The Circle is set at an infinite loop […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Evil Tom Hanks is Big Brother in Latest Trailer for ‘The Circle’

Emma Watson and John Boyega essentially do the Black Mirror thing. Continue reading on Film School Rejects »

Emma Watson Joins Tom Hanks in New 'The Circle' Trailer - Watch Now!

The brand-new trailer for Emma Watson‘s The Circle has dropped, and you can watch it right here! The clip addresses the question of whether or not people would act better or worse if they were being watched all the time. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Emma Watson In the film – whose eerie [...]

Tom Hanks Is Scaring The Hell Out Of Emma Watson In New The Circle Trailer

Surveillance, and how it's used, are major concerns for a lot of people in the modern era. After watching the new trailer for The Circle we're guessing a lot of people will be looking over their shoulder a lot more often.

Is Knowing Everything Better Trailer: The Circle!

‘Knowing is good. Knowing Everything is better,’ says Tom Hanks’s character, Eamon Bailey, founder and CEO of the world’s largest tech and social media company – in which Mae (Emma Watson) is a rising star. But can anyone be safe when...Show More Summary

Emma Watson & Tom Hanks’ THE CIRCLE Trailer: How Important Is Privacy?

We live in an age of amazing and groundbreaking technology. Without leaving our houses, we can pretty much life completely as we please. Groceries? We can have those delivered. Don’t wanna cook? Order Up or Eat 24 Hours are good options. Show More Summary

Here's the trailer for Tom Hanks and Emma Watson's new dystopian movie about Silicon Valley

There's a new trailer out for the upcoming film "The Circle," an adaptation of the Dave Eggers novel that explores the dark side of Silicon Valley and the tech behemoths that dominate it. The movie stars Emma Watson, whose characterShow More Summary

Watch: Second Trailer for 'The Circle' with Emma Watson & Tom Hanks

"We used to go on adventures, we used to have fun, now it's all filtered through this. Does this really seem okay to you?" STX has debuted the second official trailer for James Ponsoldt's adaptation of the best-selling book The Circle,...Show More Summary

Watch The Circle Trailer Before The Circle Watches You

Emma Watson, Tom Hanks and John Boyega headline the April 28 release The post Watch The Circle Trailer Before The Circle Watches You appeared first on

Tom Watson: Labour frontbenchers who vote against Brexit will be shown 'sympathy'

LONDON — Labour Party Deputy Leader Tom Watson has indicated that shadow cabinet ministers may not be expected to quit their positions if they vote against the Brexit bill currently being debated in Parliament. In a previously unpublished...Show More Summary

Shaping the Future?

GQ Magazine scored a bit of a coup after landing an interview with Labour's deputy leader Tom Watson, conducted by no less a figure than Alastair Campbell. Tom and Jeremy were both elected at the same time, in the wake of Labour's catastrophic 2015 general election defeat and the slogan behind the town men reads: YOUR CHOICE. Show More Summary

The Circle (Trailer)

“Knowing is good. But knowing everything is better.” Emma Watson stars as a new employee at a tech and social media giant in this drama about privacy in the digital age. Also starring Tom Hanks, Karen Gillan and John Boyega. Based on Dave Eggers’ eponymous novel.

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